Human Resources Management and Labor Law

7 June, 2024

Rights and obligations arising from the employment relationship between employers and employees.

Eligible for HRDA Subsidy

7 June 2024, 09:00-15:30 EET

6 CPD units




Course Description:

Join this workshop and learn from the industry experts!

In an era of rapid changes, organizations are required to optimize human resource management considering both modern management methods and changes in labour legislation.

The seminar refers to basic concepts and principles to enlighten about the rights and obligations arising from the employment relationship between employers and employees:

· What are the legislation provisions

· Communication and conflict management

· Creating a culture of trust and productivity

Acquire the necessary skills to:

  • Understanding the basic principles of labour law
  • Update on current case law
  • Implementation of designs to harmonize with legislation


  • Create effective personnel management policies and procedures
  • Confidence in resolving employment disputes.
  • Strengthening employees’ trust in the organization

Elena Kousiou Hatzidimitriou

Elena Kousiou Hatzidimitriou is a partner at KOUSHOS & KORFIOTIS LLC.

She has extensive litigation experience and regularly appears before all levels of courts, including the Supreme Court of Cyprus and all levels of the District Court. He mostly handles Medical Malpractice, Employment Law and Criminal cases.

After completing the mediation program of the KEBE, she has participated in numerous mediations, family and commercial, both as a mediator and as a consultant to the parties in the Mediation.

Rodoula Filippou

Rodoula Filippou holds a Degree in Political Science & Public Administration as well as a degree in law, she is employed in the field of Education and Legal Advisory Services in labour and other related matters.

He has many years of experience in Personnel Organization and Management, Labor Relations, General Safety and Health Issues in the workplace, Personal Data Protection and other legal issues.

Registration Fees:

€345.00 + V.A.T

Persons and companies eligible for HRDA Subsidy € 170.00

Unemployed Persons eligible for HRDA Subsidy € 0.00

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